Leutasch Spirit Gorge
Enter one of the mystical places in Tyrol
Austria invites you to feel good and enjoy it and is well-known for its cultural offerings and sports activities for summer holidaymakers. Austria’s huge mountains appeal to all of those who want to aim high.
Hiking holiday for professional hikers and beginner hikers. The Wetterstein mountains and the Karwendel offer pure hiking enjoyment for all mountaineers. The wide range of hiking offers, with diverse degrees of difficulty and 650 km of marked hiking trails make the Seefeld region, which is well-known for winter sports, into an insider’s tip for all summer sports enthusiasts. Discover the magnificent mountains in the Leutasch Valley on the Seefeld Plateau during your summer holiday in Tyrol. Whether it is on a hike on one the surrounding mountain pastures or grab some Nordic Walking poles and explore the surrounding area of Leutasch.
Plenty of hiking possibilities and mountain biking adventures await you in the Wetterstein mountain range on the Seefeld Plateau in Tyrol.
Anyone who returns to the 4-Star Hotel Hubertushof in the evening, tired from their sporting activities, can let themselves be pampered properly in the wellness area with massages or beauty treatments, in order to then finish the evening relaxed at one of the local events or at the hotel bar. Enjoy the Tyrolean flair and Austrian specialities by visiting the many huts and guest houses in the Seefeld Tyrol region.
A summer holiday in Seefeld can only become unforgettable. The landscape alone would already be worth a visit, but there are also a large number of activities available. The Seefeld Plateau is comprised of more than 260 km of running and Nordic Walking routes. Mountain bikers and cyclists can pursue their favourite occupation on around 570 km of cycle paths in the Seefeld Plateau to their heart’s content.
The 4-Star Hotels Kristall & Hubertushof in Leutasch additionally offer the possibility of borrowing e-bikes, Segways and e-scooters and hit the roads and trails of Leutasch and the surrounding area in an environmentally friendly, yet less strenuous manner.